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Win $75!  Enter Gallatin’s “Light Up The Night” Christmas Lighting Contest

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Jail will take bids on annex building

Sealed bids will be taken for the sale of the annex building at the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail until 10 a.m. on Jan. 27, 2017.

Administrator Ed Howard spoke to Neil Faucett with Faucett Appraisal Services, Inc., out of St. Joe about an appraisal for the annex and discussed the disposition of items still in the building with board members during their October meeting. Closed bids will be taken on items

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Triumph Foods donates 21,000 pounds of meat to Second Harvest

Triumph Foods donates 21,000 pounds of meat to Second Harvest.Last week, Triumph Foods donated 21,000 pounds of ribs, loins, pork steaks and other pork cuts to Second Harvest Community Food Bank of St. Joseph, which services 19 northwest Missouri counties, including Daviess.

It has been a busy year for Triumph Foods and the Second Harvest Community Food Bank network. In June, Triumph donated 20,000 pounds of premium, fresh pork to

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Beware of Scammers!

On the last days of Christmas, my true love sent to me…seven tips for scammers scamming…and a partridge in a pear tree

The Missouri Senior Medicare Patrol is advising consumers to be wary when they receive requests for end-of the year giving. Charities use the phone, face-to-face contact, email, and the Internet. However, so do the scammers. While the Missouri SMP focuses on preventing, detecting and reporting Medicare fraud, the

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Poosey Digest: Where to find truth

PooseyDigest_WPby Freida Marie Crump

Dear Jacob,

You’ll probably think this is strange getting a letter from me when you live just two doors down the street, but sometimes we just need to put things in writing.

It’s been a joy watching you grow up. I can remember when you and your sister would come down the street pulling your little wagon to sell me flowering plants that you’d dug up

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What to give the grandkids for Christmas

Editor's SpikeSometimes you come across something and simply say to yourself, “I wish I’d said that…”

The following is one of those times for me. It comes via an email bantered between some in our family right now. It reveals much about older generations and, thus, might surprise some of the younger generation growing up today.

I hope you’ll give it a read …and overlook the winks between us greybeards because

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Blast from the past

Dec. 6, 2006

Daviess County 4-H members Kelly Critten, Kyle Croy, RaeAnn Eckert, Nina May, Kelsey McLaughlin, Taylor Porter, Erin Sweatman and Wren Tolen all received the American Youth Foundation’s National Leadership Award in recognition of personal integrity, balanced living and potential for leadership.

Gallatin’s boys defeated South Harrison, 48-42, to win their fourth straight Gallatin Invitational title on Saturday. The boys championship total was the lowest combined score since

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Daviess County Courthouse News

County Commission

Road and bridge crews will be placing a tube on Pepper Avenue by the City of Gallatin’s sewer plant.

David Cox moved to accept the 2017 Holiday Schedule as presented. Carl Carder seconded. Motion carried.

Letters of Utility and Railroad Status were signed by commissioners for Bridge No. 43100081 BRO-B031 (37).

Betty Harmison, assessor, discussed a tax issue with AT&T and the State Tax Commission. The same tax

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